Equine Friendly Areas Around Salem Oregon
Learning What the Salem area has to offer
The Salem area has a handful of equestrian-based subdivisons, such as Chinook, Springlake Estates and Macleay, along with many agriculture-friendly locations like the Jory Hill area and the Fruitland/Hayesville area. Most of the land you will find outside the city limits does allow livestock, unless specific CCR's prohibit them.
Let's first consider your needs. Will you haul out several times a week to a specific location (such as a training or competition barn)? Close proximity to the trainer's barn or at least the freeway may be best. Do you trail ride? You may not need an arena. Do you want 24 hour turnout? Then a full barn is costly and perhaps unnecessary. Knowing this information up front can guide us to specific areas that may work better for you and your horse.
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